Recently, a Job Recruitment notification is released by the Supreme Court of India. There are few posts open for the candidates as a Chauffeur at the Supreme Court itself. Chauffeur generally means a Driver who drives the vehicles of Supreme court.
In this article, a brief and overall detail of the Job details and other relevant information is filled.
|1||Organization||Supreme Court of India|
|2||Total Number Of Vacancies||05|
|3||Last Date To Apply||08/09/2018|
Job Type & Complete Details
The details shown in the official notification are discussed and briefed in this section of the article. Following table consists of all the required details to know.
|Sl. No.||Job Outline||Details|
|4||Age Limit||21-30 years as on 01/07/2018|
|5.||Number Of Vacancies||05|
Education Qualification Complete Info:
The candidate should be required with some of the Educational Qualifications and should fulfil the eligibility criteria.
- Candidates must possess a Matriculation certificate.
- The certificate should be issued from a recognised board or university.
- The candidate must have a Driving License to drive Light Motor Vehicles.
In addition to all of these conditions, the candidate should have 3 years of minimum experience in Driving Light Motor Vehicles.
How To Apply
Here are the brief steps for the application procedure which would be more helpful for those candidates who are interested in applying for this post.
- Go to the official website of the Supreme Court of India.
- Download and print out the application form from the Recruitment section.
- Click here to download the Application form- https://www.sci.gov.in/pdf/recruitment/DetailedAdvertisementChauffeur.pdf
- Attach the self-attested relevant documents and passport sized photograph.
Send it to the address “The Registrar (Admin.I), Supreme Court of India, Tilak Marg, New Delhi – 110201. You have to send the Application form before 08/09/2018.
Last Date – 08/09/2018.
About Supreme Court of India:
The Supreme Court of India is the highest court of Justice in the whole Indian Country. It can be considered as the parent organisation for all other judiciary communities. Many unsolvable and high-level cases will go to the Supreme court as a final respite.